In 2011, a new television series aired on FX Networks that was not intended for the faint of heart. This series was American Horror Story, an anthology horror series that follows a cast of characters through some of the most stereotypical horror movie settings with an abundance of poignancy. An immediate hit, the show created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk is now celebrating a decade of success as AHS remains one of the most popular shows on television. While fans have been patiently waiting for a new season of the hit horror series since the last episode of season 9 aired in November of 2019, it looks like they won’t have to wait much longer.
Yesterday, series creator Ryan Murphy teased the 10th season of American Horror Story via his Instagram account. He provided fans with their first taste of the upcoming season in the form of a short clip that is seemingly set on a beach. In the clip, we find out that the upcoming season is titled Double Feature with the tagline “Two horrifying stories, one season. One by the beach, one by the sand.” A rather abstract teaser, but nothing atypical for the creators of AHS who have utilized settings from an insane asylum to a circus freak show. Specifics regarding the upcoming season remain sparse and it is all but impossible to predict what a show like this has up its sleeve, however fans are unlikely to be disappointed.
Murphy and Falchuk are certainly no newcomers to Hollywood having also created the hit series Glee alongside Ian Brennan. The duo is seemingly a match made in heaven having racked up a number of awards for their work on either series, both of which eclipsed the 100 episode mark. Now, on its tenth anniversary, they will be bringing American Horror Story back to televisions around the world once again. While the teaser provided no obvious answers as to what the upcoming season may entail, fans will surely remain on the edge of their seats in anticipation and it may come sooner than they expect.